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October Open Game License

The October Open Game License (OOGL) is a copyleft license created by the RPG Library (http://www.rpglibrary.org/) for game documents, especially those found in role-playing games. It is similar to Wizards of the Coast's Open Game License[?] (OGL) but is apparently modelled on the GNU Free Documentation License.

The OOGL was drafted in order to rectify perceived problems with the OGL so that it would be more free and open. The Open Gaming Foundation[?] considers the OOGL to be compatible with its own OGL, but the reverse might not necessarily be true.

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